Queer Circuits in Archival Times: Experimentation and Critique of Networked Data Conference – Fri/Sat, May 20-21
Please join us Friday, May 20th 9:30 AM – 7:30 PM in the Martin E. Segal Theatre for “Queer Circuits in Archival Times: Experimentation and Critique of Networked Data” conference withSandy Stone as Keynote. The Conference continues Saturday, May 21st from 11:30am to 5:30pm at the New York Public Library, and from 7:30 pm to late night at Kilroy Metal Ceiling in Brooklyn. For full conference schedule and more information visit queercircuits.com.
For this conference we mobilize the insights of queer theory and queer sociality to critically reimagine the growing archives of the everyday. How can we transform digital media through queer thought and politics? As proprietary digital networks and state databases archive queer lives and bodies for speculative monetization and biopolitical modulation, what are the possibilities of experimental digital practice?
FRIDAY MAY 20, SEGAL THEATRE, CUNY
9-10 Coffee, Registration, Opening Remarks
10:00-11:40 the Politics of Queer Archives
11:50-1:30 Really Gay: Social Circuits of Sex and Identity
2:40-4:20 Deathly or Inhuman? Queer Life and the Biopolitics of the Digital
4:30-6:10 Queer Data, Queer Method
6:30-7:30 Keynote Sandy Stone “impalpable Desires”
SATURDAY MAY 21, CELESTE AUDITORIUM, NYPL
11:30-12:15 Coffee, Snacks, Opening Remarks
12:15-2 Breaking Into History: Aids, the Archive, and the Fight Against the Canonization of an Ongoing Epidemic.
2-3:45 Workshop- Submit™
3:45-5:30 “What’s on Your Mind?”: Facebook & Queer Confession
SATURDAY MAY 21, KILROY METAL CEILING, BROOKLYN
7:30-9 Short Films Curated by Bradford Nordeen
9-9:45 Sandy Stone- Small Catastrophes
9:45-10:30 Sharmi Basu Performance- Triggers
10:30-12:30 Nica Ross + Ginger Brooks Takahashi- Transducers
All are welcome, so please forward to your friends, lists, departments, and groups. We look forward to seeing you!